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Discussion in 'Photo Gallery' started by Vincent65, Oct 31, 2010.
Bit of trial and error - no tripod or anything (like a clue how to do it...)
Cool lume, Vincent! I like that watch too it is a nice one :cheers:
Thanks Rommel! Glad you like.
That watch is starting to grow on me more and more , I had a chance of trying it on when I went to Vegas.:thumbsup:
That is a sweet watch, it looks like its glowing all the time.:thumbsup:
Great photos Karl, love that Bell & Ross. :thumbsup:
Great pics and watch , Karl, You done very well :thumbsup:
I tried a few lumeshots as well, but failed miserably :dummy:
thanks guys - I think I got a couple of better ones last night...
Thanks for looking, it was fun trying to get a good shot or two!
:coolanimated: lume shots, Karl! :goodpost:
Which of your watches keeps the lume best? :thinking:
Thanks Bo! I'd say definitely the B&R out of all the watches I've ever owned, but I 'm not sure how it would compare with a new-model Rolex, with the new blue lume... The BR02 seems to hold luminosity all night! Quite impressive.
Nice shots, Karl! :thumbsup:
Thanks Jeff, I'm quite pleased with the results, for an amateur!
Those are pretty cool lume shots, Karl! I like the second one especially!
Nice shots again Karl :thumbsup:
Thank you chaps!
I love the BR lume!
What camera are you using Karl?
Thanks Chip - it's just a little Casio Exilim. 7.2 'mega pixels'. About the size of a ciggy packet. I guess it's a 'point and shoot' but there's a little more to it than that. Certainly nothing special. It's quite handy, but I never really 'learned' to use it properly ("R.T.F.M."!!). I used to use a nice old analogue/manual focus Nikon EL2, which I loved, with a bunch of different lenses. I was okay with that one, but it's so obsolete now, it's a shame.
I like the lume shots.